Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Helping clients plan the way their assets will be distributed after their death is an important part of Bill Ager’s practice. Whether an estate plan involves a simple will or trust, Bill’s objectives are the same: provide customized services for a reasonable fee.  Bill is an experienced attorney and has received a Certification for Probate and Estate Planning from the State Bar of Michigan and the Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

Bill’s areas of practice for Estate Planning include: 

Many people think they don’t have enough property or there is no need for making an estate plan because everything is jointly held. The truth is that everyone needs an estate plan.

A well-crafted estate plan not only will ensure that your assets go where you want them to go after your death, but also names guardians and provides for your minor children, updates your beneficiaries, saves money on taxes and legal fees, and names persons to make important health care and financial decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated. An estate plan will also prevent disputes between your loved ones after death over what you intended.   

Bill holds a Certificate of Completion in Probate and Estate Planning issued by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education. He is also a member of the Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan,

Contact Bill Ager at (734) 649-0784 or at for more details on reasonable flat fees for these services.

About Bill

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Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Bill Ager graduated from the University of Michigan and then served in the U.S. Army. He graduated from the Defense Language Institute and worked at the Army’s Freedom of Information Center in Washington… Read More

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